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Defining Best Practice in Care and Protection of Children in Crisis-Affected Settings: A Delphi Study
The article features the findings from a 3-phase Delphi consultation featuring thirty specialists in humanitarian work supporting the care and protection of children in crisis settings.
This article outlines necessary intervention strategies for children affected by war. An ecological approach is recommended to address children's issues as a part of a community.
This study examined the impact of child-focused interventions involving structured activities, supported by provision of equipment and training of facilitators, as a response to political conflict in the Palestinian territories.
The Government of Indonesia has introduced a range of social assistance programs forming the potential foundation of a true social safety net. This report, the first comprehensive assessment of its kind in Indonesia, assesses the extent to which current social assistance programs are providing an effective social safety net for poor and vulnerable households in Indonesia.
This resolution adopted by the General Assembly provides guidelines for the alternative care of children.
Reducing Inequality to Improve the Wellbeing of Children: Learning Lessons from Indonesia for the Post-MDGs Agenda
This report seeks to contribute to the ongoing thinking around the post-2015 agenda in Indonesia, with the assumption that the next development platform needs to consider mainstreaming equality for children around the world. This paper discusses the issue of inequality of Indonesia with an emphasis on wellbeing of children.
This report from Save the Children aims to dispel the myths underpinning the widespread use of orphanages and international adoption in response to humanitarian crises.
This paper from the Better Care Network examines the mismatch between children’s needs and the reality of their situation and long-term effects of residential institutions, with particular attention to lower income countries.
This research took a bottom-up approach in examining existing Community-Based Child Protection Mechanisms (CBCPMs) in Arua and Nebbi districts in Uganda.
This review of 43 impact studies sought to methodically capture the known impacts of economic strengthening programs (microcredit, skills training, agricultural interventions, etc.) on the well-being of children in crisis contexts in low-income countries.